Rogues & Vagabonds

theatre, film & tv past and present 2001-2008 & 2013…

The Stage – News – Coronavirus: ‘Theatre is to UK what Venice is to Italy’ – Helen Mirren

Helen Mirren has become the latest high-profile figure to call for major investment to prevent the arts from collapsing.She follows the likes of Judi Dench, who appeared on Channel 4 … Continue reading



The Empire Theatre in Burnley, UK. The Empire Theatre in Burnley opened in 1894 with seats for 1,935 and hosted acts from around the world. Photos (1 to 6): Mark … Continue reading

02/18/2017 · 4 Comments

Doctor Who? Junior doctors get high-profile support in their battle against Jeremy Hunt | Vox Political

Another Doctor has joined the ranks of those struggling against the Conservative Government – and this one is “the Definite Article, you might say”.Yes, the Doctor has joined the fight … Continue reading

02/06/2016 · Leave a comment

BBC1 classic adaptation is as relevant now as when it was written – sadly | Vox Political

Originally posted on Vox Political. SPOILER ALERT: If you haven’t seen An Inspector Calls, and don’t want to have it ruined for you, it would be a good idea not to … Continue reading

09/14/2015 · 2 Comments

Keep Asking Why

Originally posted on susanharrisoncharacters:
Several years ago I was employed as a Support Worker. This is a role which is paid for via a Government scheme called Access To Work.…

05/13/2015 · Leave a comment

Karis Halsall interview

Originally posted on 17percent:
Photo taken during rehearsals for Karis’ show, MEGALOPOLITAN. Karis Halsall is a playwright and performance poet. She is passionate about creating theatre that pushes boundaries and blends…

01/12/2015 · Leave a comment

The British New Wave: 5 Movies About Gritty Brits – CURNBLOG

Originally posted on CURNBLOG. Before 1960, most films about the British working people showed them in a patronising, if affectionate way. They always worked hard, paid their bills, and endured hardship … Continue reading

06/18/2014 · 2 Comments